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    On Dec. 21, Southwest Sky Features Celestial Event Called Christmas Star

    Saturn and Jupiter Will be in Their Closest Alignment in 800 Years Written by Dr. David Judge Saturn and Jupiter have been dancing closer and closer to each other for months, coming together in a conjunction on Dec. 21, the Winter Solstice. It is being called the Christmas Star, as it brightens the sky at […]

    Williams Observatory at night
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    Dr. Kemeshia R. Swanson discusses English 434, ‘Still I Rise’

    A Course Featuring African American Literature Assistant Professor of English Dr. Kemeshia Randle Swanson will be teaching an African American literature course in the spring semester entitled “Still I Rise.” English 434 is open to any student registered at Gardner-Webb University. In this Q&A, Swanson talks about why the topic is important to her and […]

    Dr. Kemeshia Swanson poses with some of the books she will be using in her African American Literature Course.
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    What Does Gratitude Have to Do with It?

    Life during the pandemic is hard. Written By James P. Morgan Jr., Ph.D. Even the easiest of things are not so easy anymore. And some people are facing major, even catastrophic, life changes.  We don’t have to look far to find someone who has experienced the death of a loved one, the loss of livelihood, […]

    Dr. James Morgan teaches his class at Gardner-Webb.